Question about Televison & Video
Lost picture and sound while in Menu mode. I tried unplugging tv for 30 minutes. That did not help,
To set it to its factory settings, you have to enter its service mode option. If you are somewhat sound in electronics, you can enter this mode, and set it into factory settings. By the way, what is the brand name of your TV? Model number? Provide more details please. If you wish to get more, check the site linked here. It has details about service mode entry and adjust methods to many brand TVs. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Pull up previous posts there, either by
type in the Brand name to your set in its search box, or view it in Mosaic
/ Timeslide / Flipcard option.
Posted on Jul 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tv has sound but no picture
Sounds like you have lost video somewhere in the video circuits. Possibly the picture tube could have gone bad or lost filiament voltage. You can check to see if you have high voltage by holding your bare arm close to the screen. The hairs will stand up if you have high voltage. Absence of high voltage will also cause a black screen,but the sound might not work either since on some sets the power for the sound is supplied from the same circuit as the high voltage. Stargazer
Posted on Jan 28, 2007
Here is a link where you can down load a free copy of your customer user manual. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
SOURCE: sony kv32ds60u engineers menu
If you did not save the damage that you did, or do any damage from over-adjustment, you can make a re-set to before the adjustments were made by simply unplugging the set from the AC mains for about 10 to 20 seconds. If the improper parameters were saved, or damage was done from over adjustment, then this procedure will not work for you.
Read on for more details:
There is no default actual default. Each set is individualy set up for its optimum performance. At the factory, during the manufacturing process they set the EPROM firmware parameters to a so-called reference value before they start the calibration. This is done during production on the burner that programs the EPROM.
If the paramters are too far off to have the set working, you will have to take the set for service at a factory service rep. The factory service shop will most likely have to change the complete circuit board that constains the uPC EPROM with a new one that has the reference factory set-up. They will then have to go through the complete set-up with calibration procedures using the factory recomended calibration standards instrumentation to match for best performance. To manualy do a full calibration on the test bench it can be about 2 hours of work.
Because the factory service setup was not meant for consumer use, it is possible to over adjust parameters to the point where you can lock the set out of operation, or actualy do damage by over-adjustment.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
Try this one:
1. Unplug your power cord from the box (NOT THE
2. Wait 3-5 min... No more than 5 MIN (very important)
3. Hold down the power and select button at the same time and don’t let go.
4. Have someone plug the power back in… and keep holding the power and select button.
5. Don’t let go until it gets to 0 (it's about 5 min)
6. Once it gets to 0 then it will stop counting down, that when you let go!!
7. Don’t touch anything,
8. The screen will reset and it will go blank. nad that's it
Hope that helps....
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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